The City is all about scale. An ocean laps at its chest. Mines yawn below its feet. Desserts warm its cheeks with big huffs of wind. In its heart, concrete towers draw squinting eyes toward the sky, a... [+]
Nadia Rhook is a non-Indigenous historian, educator, and poet, who lectures at UWA, on Whadjuk Noongar boodja. Her poems appear in journals including Cordite, Westerly, and The Enchanting Verses, and her first poetry collection ‘boots’ was released with UWA Publishing early 2020.